XCM - K.O. Gear - PS3 - Turbo Rapid Fire - Xbox 360 Controller on PS3

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Rapid Fire, Xbox 360 Controller on PS3, Programmable Buttom Combos, What else needs to be said....

XCM - K.O. Gear - PS3 - Turbo Rapid Fire - Xbox 360 Controller on PS3

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Use your wired Xbox or Xbox 360 controller on your Playstation 3 with full rumble support with XCM K.O. Gear. But there is more, with those controllers or even with Sony Dual Shock 3/Six Axis, you can program devastating combo attacks and assign it to any of the 5 memory buttons. Rapid fire/turbo is also included...

It is so good, it is just plain unfair!

  • Compatible with all PS 3™ consoles and models.
  • Plug and play
  • Supports Rumble
  • Built in Combo attack function on 5 Memory Buttons - Program upto 20 button combos to a single button to pull off devastating moves at will!
  • Enables Rapid Fire / Turbo on Wired Xbox 360™, Original Xbox™ and PS 3™ controllers when connected to your PS 3™ console.
  • Supports PS3™ sixaxis games
  • Supports 2 stick analog tilt functionality of the Xbox 360™ controller on the PS 3™
  • User controller Rapid Fire / Turbo firing rates (High Speed, Medium Speed, Off)
  • Supports wired Xbox 360™ controller,PS 3™ controller and Original Xbox™ controller on PS 3™ console.



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